Keith Flint's final act of kindness revealed at the Prodigy frontman's funeral

Keith Flint was today laid to rest at a funeral that became a colourful celebration of his life , attended by his Prodigy bandmates, widow Mayumi Kai and hundreds of fans.

It was during the service that Keith’s – who was renowned for his generous nature – final act of kindness was revealed.

The order of service asked for mourners to donate to any of his favourite charities, if they wished to make a contribution following his death.

Among the list of causes close to Keith’s heart were Battersea Dogs & Cats home, the mental health organisation MIND and Cancer Research UK.

The order of service at Keith’s funeral asked mourners to donate to some of his favourite charities

Away from his frontman persona, Keith was known for his generous nature

Animal lover Keith’s beloved German Shepherd Cyrus made a special appearance as his owner was laid to rest on Thursday.

The pup, who also appeared on the cover of Keith’s order of service, was one of eight dogs Keith kept in his £1.5million mansion.

Carers are now trying to work out what to do with the pack of pooches.

Local residents reported hearing the dogs wine for Keith behind his garden gate in the wake of his death.

Keith was just 49 when he took his own life.

The Firestarter and Breathe rocker was found inside his Essex home by police on Monday March 4 and an inquest found his cause of death was by hanging .

The kind-spirited rocker was laid to rest today after a procession route in his native Essex, where the streets were packed with hundreds of fans.


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